The mission of the ETHIC is to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of The Town of Glendora and other areas related to the struggle for civil rights and war against human wrongs
We also do the Trail of Tears Tour: 2 ½ to 3-hour Admission is $15.00 per person you will be visiting the Bryant Grocery and Meat Market, the old church, and the house site that is in Money from there you will be going to Fannie Low Hammer in Ruleville, Tutwiler where the funeral home is located, from there to the court house in Sumner then the bridge in Glendora from there to the River Site on River Rd lastly the Emmett Till Museum.
Hours of operation are Monday- Closed Tue-Fri. 10am to 5pm
Saturday 10am- 2pm Admission $5.00 per person $3.00 for students 18 and under
For more information on our museum, contact (662-375-7333-662-757-0032) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org visit our website at www.glendorams.com
Visitors can enjoy a guided or self-directed tour of displays featuring: Glendora native bluesman, Sonny Boy Williamson II; replica juke joint; visual imagery related to the abduction and murder of 14 year-old Emmett Till; a tribute to local veterans; and other agricultural artifacts from the town’s past
The Brown Bag lunch is $7.00 which includes a sandwich roast beef, turkey, or ham, soda/water, chip/cookie/fruit/cake. The Buffet $15.99 (All you can eat) includes two meat Chicken/Fish, salad, fries, hushpuppies, potato salad, two dessert caramel cake or anything of your choice, and drink